The Land & Country Home Specialists of Southwest Wisconsin, Brandon & Joe, are proud to introduce you to a brand-new property that just hit the market!
Have you been searching for top-tier recreational land that’s bursting at the boundaries with trophy whitetail? This 46.169+/- acre real estate tract located in Grant County promises to exceed your wildest expectations! Imagine owning this private paradise rooted in stunning beauty, giant whitetail and offering a dynamic splattering of rich diversity. Here’s your chance to lay claim to an absolute goldmine in a region that rarely surfaces land to market. Consider this a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to snag what is said to be the most prominent deer dirt in Southwest Wisconsin.
You’ll find this world class spectacle hidden in the rolling blufftops of the Wisconsin River Valley only 5-miles south of Boscobel. This coveted tract lies along Dry Hollow Road, which is a quiet country road off of HWY 61. Enter the grounds by crossing Crooked Creek that winds perpendicular to the property’s southerly boundary. A well-groomed trail system negotiates the rolling terrain offering superb access throughout the estate for seamless entry into red-hot stand sites that are proven to produce.
This epic daydreamer offers endless potential for those who simply can’t take their mind off of goliath whitetail. It only takes a quick ride on an ATV to discover what whitetail rich land looks like for those with the keen sense of whitetail 101. There’re over 5-distinct ridges that harness some of the most profound buck bedding you’ll ever find. These brushy ridge cascade into feathering knobs that provide dense cover and security for only the most mature animals on the block. Massive rock outcroppings showcase spellbinding majesty off the ridge-points casting pastoral charm throughout such a wonderous medley of Mother Nature’s finest work. At the highest peak, ridgetops tower over 1,060ft in elevation and gradually ebb into 860ft at base level. That’s over 200ft of rolling topography harnessing a plethora of diversity.
The very top of the land is blanketed with heavy CRP grasses. The contract expires September 30th, 2020 and may either be planted in row crop or re-enrolled thereafter. This program establishes long-term, resource-conserving plant species to control soil erosion, improve water quality and develops exceptional wildlife habitat. This exquisite array of cover offers superior big buck bedding, fawning grounds and bird nesting pockets.
You’ll find multiple food plots strategically located along the forest’s perimeter. These golden green honey holes provide expectational draws for wildlife of all kinds. What makes these plots unique is that deer feel comfortable grazing these grocery fields during daylight hours due to the combination of tall grasses and wooded ground bordering each side. This creates a perfect ratio of privacy, cover and security that big deer demand – and is exactly why there’s been numerous 150” deer taken from these hotbeds every single year including a 190+” mega. Take a walk into the knee-to-chest high grasses and find an assortment of beds, shed antlers and beaten runways crisscrossing about.
The bluff laden terrain is composed of a mix of hardwood timber including a scattering of walnut. Numerous stands of 100+ year old oak trees dominate the canopy while other areas are tangled in wildly thick undergrowth. You’ll easily lose count of the number of rubs seemingly behind every tree. The land is situated in a high-end QDM area with large neighboring landowners. For those that scourer Plat Books, you’ll notice several hundred acres of privately-owned land next door. For the amount of land, I personally touch, the one common denominator I find for growing trophy deer rests in location and proximity to big chunks of ground. There’s a 230+/- acre privately owned tract on the north boundary, 130+/- acre tract to the South, 430+/- acre to the west and an 84+/- acre piece to the East. These combined blocks form a staggering section of nearly 1,000-acres in total! Find me big blocks of ground – I’ll find you big deer.
The main reason that the owner purchased this estate was in large part to the exceptional deer hunting. While he had every hope that it’d be good – he didn’t realize that it’d be this good! With that being said, the owner is now in the position to consolidate some of his property as he continues to grow his own personal business. This is the only reason that the owner is considering a sale.
The land is not enrolled in any programs other than CRP. The taxes are $840+/- annually, but can be significantly reduced by enrolling the property in Managed Forest Land. Additional 54.581-acres of land available to the West.
Now is the time to take advantage of this world-class estate. Consider this property a must-see if you have any interest in owning some of richest deer dirt in the state. Buyers must provide a pre-qualification letter before viewing property and must be accompanied by Licensed Real Estate Agent. For more info, please contact Southwest Wisconsin Land Specialist Brandon Wikman at 608.403.6003 //
BrandonW@UChuntingproperties.com or Joe Nawrot at 608.381.1627 // JoeN@UChuntingproperties.com
Joe Nawrot and Brandon Wikman are Wisconsin’s #1 Ranked Listing and Selling Agents of United Country Real Estate working for the Nation’s #1 Ranked United Country Real Estate Office.